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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 25 May 1878

Free P resSo I. II. JULIAN, 'Prove All Things J Hold Fast that which is Cood." l'llOPllIETOlt- VOL. Vll. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, MAY 25, 1878. NO. 29. Marcos dan Free Press I'UBLlSIIliD EVERY SAl'TJUDAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN, To whom u'l Letter should be Addreased. Office South side of Plaza. RATES 01' SUBSCail'TION : Pu year, in aclvanc IJ 00 Six months " ' 1 Three ruoutht " 0 BATES OP ADVERTISING. On. square, on. Insertion II 00 ; each .ddlllon ,1 Insertion uuder one month, 50 o.nt per square. I mo. 3 loon. 8mo. 12 mot " t 3.50 6.00 1 1 7.00 $ 11 00 4.50 H.U0 1 12.00 20 00 T.or 10.00 1 I5.no as.oo , 8.00 la.00 1 40.0(1 30.00 9.00 15.00 15.00 .15.00 15.0 0 25.00 1 .0U 00.00 26.00 S5.00 Ud CO 10C.00 i .. 4 1 colm. '.' " On. Inch In pace constitutes a square. Legal and transient advertising payable Itrlctly n advance. Local uotlces, 10 centa per lloe each Inaertlon. Announcing candidate! for oflle , oounty, f 5.00 For District or Stat, ofllces ol)0 Obituary notice, of over ten lin...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 25 May 1878

I. H. JULIA1T, Editor. TUBLISIIED EVEKY SATURDAY """ C UIUIENT TOPICS. The Senate Corainittoo on Foreign Relations havo decided to recommend tho adoption of a concurrent resolution, requesting tho President to open nego tiations with the Govornmonts of China and Great Britain, with a view to re stricting Chinese immigration. In accordance with instructions of tho Houso Committee on Banking and Cur rency, Representative Phillips has pro pared and has been authorized to re port to tho House a bill directing tho Socretary of tho Treasury to reissue, in denominations of $1 and $2, United States notes, tho sum of $10,000,000, held in reserve in tho Treasury for re demption of fractional currency not yet redeemed, and requiring that the same ahull bo paid out on de mand for current expenses of the Government, so as to place it in circulation. Tho bill also provides that any fractional notos not destroyed which may horeaftor bo presonted for redemption, shall bo rodeomed from coin or notes...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 25 May 1878

I. H. JULIAN, Editor. TUBLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY. FOKTV-FIFTH CONGRESS. In the Senate, on the 7th, Sonator Cockrell moved to take up and read for tho second time the Houho bill to forbid a further retire niont of United Stuteg lopd-tender notes, which wan read the tint time yestorduy. The motion was agreed to yuus XI, nuys -S and the bill wus accordingly road. Senator ilornll, who voted In the negative, moved to refer tho 1)111 to tho Committee on Flnunoe. rendliigdlseusHion the morning hourexplred and the bill wont over. Consideration of the pension bill was then resumed in Committuo of the Whole, the various amendments alls posed of, and the bill pussod by the Sennto. The bill, as passed, provides " that from and after the pussago of thin not, in case of vaean oy from any cause, the otUee of Pension Agent shall bo tilled by wounded or disabled Union soldiers, or widows or daughters of Union sol diers." Tho Indian Appropriation bill was discussed under the Uve-iniuute rule, but with...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 25 May 1878

'1 i & 1 1 f.fi i :i 1 ' t , '! 1 1 m i ft Mil- !: i MIS. SEVENTH Vr.tR. is; U III SAH MARCOS FREE PRESS! IT IS AllOl'T TWICE AS LARGE aud contains KOUH T1MK M much Reading Mat ur as heretofore. By comparison, ll will be found nearly n'hw tlia datrmton 1'itlly Ataa, and to contsln ' shout mucli raiding matter. it now ntvaa FULL GENERAL NEWS, as Will LOCAL, lta patrons will ueed to tuko bo other newt, paper. 'Trie tlio mo only TWO DOLLARS a year postaga free F DOH'T 0KOW UT ?-sunscitiiiR roic in - Free Press. ISAAO E, JULIAN, Editor. SAN MAB009, TEXAS- SATURDAY MAY 25. Offu-ial Paper of Hays and Blanco 'Counties. MASS MEETING I A Maes Meeting of the Democracy of Hays county is hereby called to meet in San Marcos, on Saturday, tbe 20th day of Juno next, for the purpose of appointing delegates to the State Convention and for tho consideration of Bueh other matters' as may properly come before it. A large attendance ia urged, and it .8 hoped that every neighborhood will 'be represen...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 25 May 1878

Free Press. BIA.RO OS, TBXAt. SATURDAY MAY 25. Agent for lt Vrvo lre. Tbs followtiiR RBUtlrraeu ara authorised to re ceive and receipt for subscription to the Fuse I'ses In their respective localities: A. Benton, Raq., County at large. Delley Dslley, Slrlngtown. R. Martlndsle, Martlndel. MaJ.K. Nance, Mountain City. i. L. Beismore, Ctdar Valley. J. D. CaJy, Oulon Creek. 8T All postmasters are also snthorlsed agents HOME NEWS. Read Donalson & Johnson'a price list in to-dnys' issuo. A kbksii arrival of seasonable gro ceries at Bilious'. Farmers are busy, but our little burgh is remarkably quiet and dull. Late leading newspapers and maga zines at the Free Pbess office. A gentleman and his wife can be acoommodated with a 'pleasant rodm and board at Mrs. Nance's. Another stock Philadelphia shoes daily expected at - Donation & Johnson's. The Dramalio Club did not get off to Lockhart last week as was contem plated, but intend going to day. Mi Bring your job work to the Free l'RESs'...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 25 May 1878

Tho Willow. O willow, whv forovor woon. An ono who mouriiHiin ondloM wronjr? What hitluim woo cmi boo deopV What uttur irrlef tun luHt no lonf Tho npiiiiK makim baste with atop oluta Your llfiiaiid bounty to ronew; Hhe even hlila tho mns wait, A lid given hor ili-Ht fond oaro to you. J'ho welcome rmlhionst folds his wlnff, To pour for you IiIh freshest strain; To you thnomilcHt bluoblrdH Hlntf, Till nil your lltflit stems thrill again. Tho sparrow chlr his woddlnif sonif,' And triitM hU tcmlnr brood to you: Kalr flowering vinos tho summer long With clasp und kiss your beauty woo. Tho sunshine drapes your limbs with Ilfflit, Tho ruin braids diamonds In your hulr Tho lireoxo makes lovo to you at nlKht, VotMtill you droop and still despair. Ilmioath your bouKl at full ol dew, ily lovers' Hps Is softly told Tlio tulo that nil tho ages throiiKh lius kept tho world from growing old. Hut mill, though ApiU'sbuds unfold, Or summer sols tho enrth nlouf , Or uutuinn prunkH your robes with gold...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 25 May 1878

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Cocoanct Cake. Toko 1 pound of grated oocoanut, i pound of loaf su? ar, 1 tablespoonful of flour, stir thotn well together and drop on a hot tin, 1 spoonful to each cako, and bake to a delicate brown. Washing Fluid. 1 pound of soda ash, 4 pound of quick-lime; put 6 quarts water and the ash and lime in an iron pot. Put on the stove and let it come to a boil, thon take it oil' the stove and let it settle, then pour into jugs and cork up. Soak your clothes, put four buckets of water in your boiler and a large i pint of the above fluid in and plenty of soap, put in your clothes and let them boil 20 minutes, rub a little and rinse twice. How to Black Stoves. If you mix the Rising Sun polish with turpentine, and then apply it to the stove with a brush, and rub it in well, it will be more durable, and look more glossy, than if mixed with cold tea, vinegar or water. The turpentine will also keep it from rusting, and will make it look quite as good as new. When the stoves a...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 25 May 1878

Tii i: . . ii au:." Father who travels ibo road so late f Jlu.b my child. 'tl tin cndlrtt Fit tiampla of human woes Karly lie comes and lata h I greets llm women Willi courtly grace, He kisses Ikt baby's dirty faca. He call! lo the fence the farmer it work. He born llic marrhant, lis bores th clerk, Tlit blacksmith, while bl anvil rltma lie greets, aud, and this li the song be tlngi : Howdy, howdy, howdy.dnf Jlow li jour wife end how are your All! It fits my flat ua no olbcr can, The horny baud of the working man. J I unhand who l that man at tbegattf Hunk my love, 'lie ilia candidate. Muskaud, why can't ke wotk like youf Baa be nothing at home to dot Kocash at home, no credit In town, Toe itupld to preach and loo proud lo beg, Too timid to rob and too laiy to dig. Ihen orer hie horae bla lege be flings And to the dear people Ibli eoog be alngai Dowdy, bowdy, howdy-dot Row la your wife, and bow are yont Abl It Bti my flit ai no other can, The borny band of the working man. ' Bratber...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 1 June 1878

Marcos Free Press I. H. JULIAN, 'Prove. All Things Hold Fast that which Is Good." ritOPJtlETOH, VOL. Vll. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, JUNE 1, 1878. NO. 30. Free Press. PUBLISHED EVERY Si TUUDAY BY ISA A 0 II. JULIAN, To whom u'l Letter Hliould be Addressed. Office South side-ef Plaza. RATES Of SUBSCRIPTION ! fine year, In advance St month ' "nree mootlie " .J 00 . 1 SB 76 RATES CF ADVRRTTBINa. On aqnare-,one luserttou 11 00 1 each addition il Insertion under one. month, 80 ceute per quart. I mo. 3 mo. 8moi, 18 mot I Square- ' 7.00 $ 12 00 3 . I 4.61) X.OU 11.00 16.00 10.00 16.00 20 00 26.00 HO.00 35.00 G0.00 IOC .00 7.00 10.00 12.00 16.00 1 " ...I if colm 1 1 8.00 9.00 16.00 25.00 46.00 i 2500 85.00 1 60 W One Inch In apace constitutes a square. Legal and transient advertising payable atrlotly u advance. Local notices, 10 cents per line each Insertion. Announcing candidates lor oMoe, county, $ 6.00 Kor District or State offices, VM Obituary notices ol over ten lines charged at dver...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 1 June 1878

I. H. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. CUIUIENT TOriCjs! The Executive Council of the r j6w Na tional party bave rocently bw a ses sion at Now York, for the purpose of dovising plans for the thorough and sys tematic organization of t'ne party in the States, preparatory fr tho fall cam paign. It is the intention of the Coun cil, tho Secretary daid, to make a vig orous fight ner.t fall in all the States, and a desperate and con centrated effort will bo made to at least obtain the balance of power in all those States whose Legislatures are to elect United States Senators next winter. They feel sanguino, he said, of being successful in the States of Con necticut, Maine, New York, Pennsylva nia, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Wis consin, California and Oregon. The weak point in their organization, he said, is in the South, and the cause of that weakness is the poverty of the peo ple and tho want of money to earry on an effective campaign. Rkpresentative Moroaw, of Mis souri, has i...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 1 June 1878

I. E. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HERE AND THERE; Tiie Boston time-ball, which drops every day at noon, can be seen four miles. ' Vert little chewing-tobacco Is sold in England, and that mostly to American tourists. Caleb Cushino is the only survivor of the large company raised in New buryport, Mass., for the Mexican war. Dubino the past year, 20,000 fossil insects have been exhumed from the rock-beds at Florissant, near Manitou, Col. Prince Louis Napoleon was drawn for service in the French army. He obtained exemption as the only son of a widow. The Sultan never leaves his palace, even on the shortest expedition, unless he is accompanied by a wagon laden with refreshments. The price paid by Peter Minuit for the site of New York was $24. At com pound interest it would now amount to $140,000,000. . The Parisian Gas Company made $5,805,000 last year. After handing $1, 670,000 over to the city, it declared a dividend of 24J per cent. A railway train crossed the Ural Mount...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 1 June 1878

si:v::in u W MARCOS HE PRESS! IT IS u TWICE AS LARGE and euotaln.TOIJR TIME .. much. Be.dlnn Met .er heretofore. By eemp.rlion. It will found nearly large lb tfat( '"V to c""ln bout f muck r idlng matter. , IT now n:vl FULL .GENERAL NEWS, l well as LOCAL, to lt patron, will ne-d lo take no othdr new. paper. Trie, tbb iaui.-only TWO fcOLLABS a year postage free I DON'T OURQW'ltJT trXtiiscKiuK roit iv'i -s Free Press. ISAAC IL JULIAN, Editor. BAN MARC03, TEXAS. SATUItDAY JUNE 1. Officii 1'i'per f a1J an(1 lanco 'Counties. t'ernoaallticM AeaiuRt Inlrlot ItslH. Aro we to hour, in tins great crisis, murmurB from Democratic sources ngiiinBt invoHtijration to its logical and lawful results, on account of ill.will or dislike toward tho Peroocratio Prosi-tnl-olcot? Ouglitnot such sounds at this time to m drowned by tbe rush of patriotic focliuna? Are any Democrats willing to consent that the precedent of fraud suoco-sful be established sooner than that Mr. Tilden shall occupy the White House...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 1 June 1878

-a" Free Press. BA.N MAR009, TEXAS. SATURDAY..; ...JUNE 1. AenlH for Ihn IVo Trt"". The following gentlonii'B "are authorlied to re ceive and receipt Tor subscriptions to the Fwu rn l H'lr respective localities: A. nmlim, Esq., County at large. Dalley A Dalley, Strlngtown. Jl. Martiudale, Uartlmlala. MaJ.K.Kance, Mountain City. J. Bateiuore, Cedar Valley. J. D. Caily, Onion Creek. aT All postmsatora are aim antborlied afeests HOME NEWS. SsS'oorrectcd Market Report. Ice Cream at Dunlap's to-day. The weeds on the Plaza are becom ing rather conspicuous. To arrive, a fresh lot of dr? goods, hardware, etc, at Brksos'. See announcement of Justice 'Grooms as a candidate for re-election. OIjD newspapers, etc., for Wrapping paper, for sale at this office, at 50 cts per 100. ... Levi Garrett's snuff, caodies, a fresh supply at Briogs'. To I'",rnier 500 lbs Arsento (ootton worm poi son) just receiyeii and for sale by Otto Gramji. Tiiere is a suuoessioo. of .teeming wheat and cornfields and pro...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 1 June 1878

Peach ItloouiH. h I tmidorlv bountiful lioyond onipre, VUiNliod from pain pink to docpt rose bud )U9, NiiihIIiikhoI truniill Minnlilne and mild lr. Of aliuUowloiut dawn und illvery twilltflit Ye bluitli and burn an If your MokoiliiK Krace Were lovo' own tint on bpruiii n euumoreu face I And day by day-yea, ldoii hour by hour- Your nlitle irHifrwiuu mm " (Kneh fulry blonecin rounded Into flower) flow matolile once tlmt lo8t Arcadian Hpill Which dwult In liiafy boworHand vernal dyes, Whence coyly pooped tlio Dryau's fawn-like tyel And yot, wlillo ull ho fair and bounteous HeoiiiH, Wlille UlrdH carol each IiIh dalntloHt part, Yelled in aoft brlBlitncas, and, like musical dreams In mime blltlio aoul, tlio boo-swiirnis haunt your hourt, Lo! anverod alowly from yonroHcate crown, A guarlut nuow drlft dumbly falters down. Tlio ri'ltfn of thoHO rich blooms Is almost done: Soon, to the lamruld Knpby's feeblest breath, Tholr loosened petals, yielding one by ono, MuHt Und the Us the (if unawake...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 1 June 1878

Tlie Art of Prologln(i Life. People generally duslro long life and Rood health. Sleknuss and prematura deutb are al most always duo to violatloua of tho lawstliat govern eur physical being, and of which tba masses are Ignorant If men knew better they would do' bettor; but how can they avoid an evil thut thoy know not of 1 Ybilo efforts ro made through tne public sliools to give each child so-called common ErifilUh educa tion, yet the children are ncrmlltod to crow up aud enter upon the responsible duties of active life, protuuudly Ignorant of tho etruo ture of thoir own baJlua, anal tho lawa of phy (icol belne upon which their health and Uvea depowl. They are aent to school and crammed nil arithmetic, irriuniuar. and eeotrranliv. bv teachers who, In many Instances, have never ItuiUeu puysiuiu.'j- aim ntii'iiu. incy are toinrht to locate the mountaina and trace the rivers of foreign couutrles, but aro never taugnt to locate cuu vitui organs anu kiiiiius ox their owu uouics, ur truce ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 1 June 1878

groatly shocked, having never suspect ed any causo for (separation. Asking where Gen. Houston could bo found, Mr. Carter replied ho waa ia bis room, but oould not bo Keen. I wont im mediately to hi room, and found him in company with Dr. Shelby. He waB deeply mortified, and refused to ex plain tho mutter. I left him with. Br. Sholbv a few minuios, and went to the court houno on business. When I re turned I Haid to him, "You must ex plain this sad oceurrcneo to us, else you will sacrifice your friends and your Belf." He rcpliod, "I oan make no ex planation; I exonerate this lady fully, nnd do not justify myself. I am a ruined man; will exilo myself, and now ask you to take my resignation to tho Secretary of State1" I replied you must not think of it," when he again said: "It is my fixed determination, and my eocmies, when I am gone, will be too magnanimous to censure my friends." Seeing his determination, I took bis resignation to the Secretary of State who received it Tho followingm...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 8 June 1878

Free Press, I. II. JULIAN, 'Provo All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Good." PROPWETOlt. VOL. VII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS JUNE 8, 1878. : I. WW Marcos Free Press. VUBLISUUI) KVBUY SiTUUDAY BY 1 S A A 0 11. JULIAN, To whom a' I Letter should be AddreateU. Office South side of Plaza. RATKS OF SUBSCRIPTION: 0e year, III advance 83 00 Mix minima ' 1 " yore. uiou-.h " RATES OF ADVERTISING On. iriuar.e,.oiie insertion (1 00 ; ch addition al insertion under oue mouiU, CO cent. pr square. j I mo. 3 mo .J6nio.JlJ uioe S 1100 A 30 (HI H " 4 " H colm. 7 llf I lfl.OII I 15.00 J.5.00 B.OOI 13.00 I 20.0(1 9.0(1 1 15.00 1 9.1.00 15.00 I S5.0II 4r.no 25.00 36.00 00 0" :o.iio .15.00 (10.00 10C.U0 One Inoh Itispaco constitute t square. Legal and truient advertising payable alrloily n advance. Local notices,! cents per line each Insertion. Announcing candidalc. lor ollle., county, t 6.00 For District or Slate olllce 1 n0 Obituary notices ol over tea lines charged at dvertUinK rate. BUSINESS DIRE...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 8 June 1878

X. H. JUHAH, Editor. PUBLISHED EVKUV SATURDAY. CURRENT TOPICS. On the 20th, Mr. Loon Chottoau, a commercial agent from Franco, address ed the San Francisco Chamber of Com merce In favor of a now commercial treaty between France and tho United States, and was very cordially received, as he had boon in all the largo citlos which he had visited. United States Minister Seward writes of tho famine in China, that ac tual starvation is pressing upon 15,000, 000 of peoplo, while 60,000,000 aro suf fering more or loss distress. The crops, ho says, have boon good immediately around the stricken district, but as food can be transported only on wagons or pack-animals, It can not bo takon thither in sufficient quantities to save the lives of the poople. In Tientzin a house made of mats, for tho accommodation of the suffering women and children from the famine districts, was burned and 160 lives were lost. Tub Totter Investigation Committee, to inquire into tho alleged rresidontial eloction fraud...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 8 June 1878

X. E. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. ltcllgiou and Diet. It has long been the beliof of many eminent scientific persons that the vari ous forms of religion now prevailing are the direct results of different kinds of food. There have hitherto been in superablo dilliculties in the way of demonstrating the truth of this theory, but that a man's religion depends upon the kind of food that ho uses, and is modified to some extont by the climate in which he lives, nearly all advanced thinkers are convinced. It is pleasant to be able to announce that at lost all possibility of doubt on this subject has been removed, by a series of successful experiments narrated by Professor Huxley in his contemplated book on Vegetable and Alcoholio Religions." Some time ago Prof. Huxley was so fortunate as to obtain possession of a large litter of young children, the prop erty of a Positivist, who desired to de vote his whole time to the study of gin, and who held that, inasmuch as there is no h...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 8 June 1878

i ' ' I i ; , ' ,1: fi 41 li it! J:l ! ;!;)! t i i ! i J v 1 1 ; :' 1 ! i SEYWIMM or t in 1(1 MARCOS FREE PRESS! It IS OH A"CT TWICt AS LARGE ,nJ eontiliM POUR TIME- much Reading Mai ler as heretofore. Bycoruparlaon.it will bo found nrly s ltrg th (iahetton Daily Si", end to contain about ss much f eidlng mailer. mo uivh FULL GENEEAL NEWS, M well at LOCAL, so It. patrons will w ed lo tak no other news paper. 'rrlci tbo .atur-only TWO DOLLARS year postage tree t 'DON'T DOSSOW UT ts-sviiMCidiie foic rr! s Free Press. ISAAC B. JULIAN, Editor. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS. "SATUKDAY JUNK 8. Official Paper of lly and -Blanco 'Counties. 'Democratic Congrennlonal Coo ventlon. Skciuin, Texas, May 27,18(8. To the Democracy of the Glk Cungns- gioual District if Texas: A convention of the Democracy of 'tho 6th Congressional District of Tex as is hereby culled to meet in tbe city of San Antonio on Friday tbe 12th day of July, 1878. at 10 o'clock A. M., for tho purpose of Doiuinatinga candi date to represe...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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